MOREY AMSTERDAM SHOW
December 17, 1948 (CBS)
April 21, 1949 (DuMont) – March 7, 1949 (CBS)
October 12, 1950 (DuMont)
The Morey Amsterdam Show began on CBS Radio with Morey Amsterdam playing himself as the emcee at a fictional New York City nightclub, the "Golden Goose Cafe". He introduced musical and comedy acts, and performed songs and monologues himself. Art Carney played Charlie the Doorman and Jacqueline Susann was Lola the Cigarette Girl.
After six months on the radio, the show moved to CBS Television with the same characters, actors, and plot. The CBS version premiered December 17, 1948, and ended March 7, 1949 after 13 episodes.
The show was picked up by the DuMont Television Network and began broadcasting on April 21, 1949, with a few minor changes. The name of the nightclub was changed to the "Silver Swan Cafe". Art Carney's character changed to Newton the Waiter, Susann continued as Lola, and Vic Damone joined the cast as a nightclub singer.
THIS COLLECTION CONTAINS:
The Two Remaining DUMONT NETWORK Shows
One has Original Commercials